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Starting Dahlia Plants in Containers

In this post, I will share a few videos, images and details on how to start Dahlia plants in containers.  This process is one I’ve been using since 2010 successfully.

 

Starting Dahlia Plants in Containers

In the video below I share what is going on in my greenhouse and how I will be starting the Dahlias in this space.  If you don’t have a greenhouse you can still start the tubers early.  In the past I had the containers on a wagon that could be pulled into the garage or greenhouse to avoid frost in April.  If you are in warmer hardiness zones you won’t have to worry about this.

Play Video about Starting Dahlia Tubers

Scroll down to see details on planting the tubers.  If you can’t view this video please let me know by reaching out on my website.  This is part of my Bren Haas YouTube Channel. 

More Details About Planting Dahlia Plants From Tubers

In this short video, I share close up details on how to get started with tubers.  It is so much fun planting these ahead of time in my hardiness zone. I wouldn’t start this in the ground until 2 weeks before the last frost.  Giving the plant a head start in a container that can be moved around has been successful for me.  Check out the video below featuring how the tubers are planted in containers each year.

Play Video about Dahlia Heating up the Dome Greenhouse

This video is on my Bren Haas Channel featured on YouTube. If you can’t view this on my site be sure to subscribe to my channel for additional updates.

Important Dahlia Plant Growing Tips

Starting Dahlia Plants in Containers

Here are a few of the important tips about planting the dahlia tubers in containers.  These tips feature on todays post will give you a head start during the growing season.

  • A clean container with drainage hole is a must for growing dahlias.
  • Plant the dahlia in a loose soil like seed starting mixes.
  • Do not let the planting go completely dry for over 2 days.
  • Keep the soil fairly damp but not too wet!
  • Have fun and grow many varieties to find the one you love.
  • Be patient because the dahlia is one of the last flowers to steal the show during the growing season.
In the Greenhouse Before Planting in Garden
from post about New Dahlias for 2021

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This content is put together with hopes you will be inspired to grow some dahlia plants of your own. I would love it if you comment on my blog or reach out to me on my contact page with additional comments or concerns.

Happy Dahlia Growing,

Bren Haas

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